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Brown Packing Co., Inc.

Address: 116 Willis St. Gaffney, SC 29340
Establishment No.: m1085

USDA Inspection Report: 27 Oct 2011

Code: 03J02
Violation: 417.3(b)(3)

Citation: While performing pack-out duties, I observed establishment's employee preparing to pack 3 totes of (edible product) Mounta in Chain Tripe that was contaminated with green feces. Approximately every piece of Tripe located in each tote was contaminated with feces. U.S Retain tag 832 039752 was applied to the 1st pan, U.S Retain tag 832 039751was applied to 2nd tote &, U .S Retain tag 832 039753 was applied to the 3rd tote [redacted]. was notified and shown non compliance. [redacted] removed product for rework. [redacted] stated he will have employee'strim contaminated surface closely. 05:50 hours all product that was Retain was found acceptable. Approximate ly 18:00 hours 2 boxes of Mounta in Chain Tripe that was wrapped & pack for shipping were opened and identified with green feces throughout each box. At this time Management wasn't available. Establishment employee placed contaminated product into wh ite tote and wrapped with plastic. U.S. Retain tag 837 192969 was applied to this tote & locked in USDA Retain Cage.06:30 hours 10/28/2011 [redacted] was informed of contaminated product from the previous day's production. The product was released to [redacted] for rework. Approximately 10:30 hours all affected product was found acceptable & released. This document serves as written notification that your Establishment failed to comply with FSIS regulatory requirements cited above.


417.3(b)(3) Take action, when necessary, with respect to the affected product to ensure that no product that is injurious to health or otherwise adulterated, as a result of the deviation, enters commerce;

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